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by Janet G. Woititz

Download Self-Sabotage Syndrome: Adult Children in the Workplace ePub
  • ISBN 1558740503
  • ISBN13 978-1558740501
  • Language English
  • Author Janet G. Woititz
  • Publisher HCI (December 1, 1989)
  • Pages 126
  • Formats azw mbr docx mobi
  • Category Self-Help
  • Subcategory Relationships
  • Size ePub 1233 kb
  • Size Fb2 1686 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 192

Adult Children are among any company's most productive and valuable employees―dedicated, conscientious, capable and eager to please. But if you are an Adult Child and have answered yes to most of the following questions,you may be suffering from workaholism, burn-out or other work-related problems. This book shows you what to look for and how to make your worklife more satisfying and effective.

Do you feel overwhelmed by your job? Are you so stressed on the job that you have headaches or stomach aches and can't sleep at night? Do you spend much of your time thinking and talking about your job? Do you feel responsible for everything that goes wrong at work? Are you loyal to your boss and co-workers, even when they don't deserve it? Do you work well under pressure but have trouble completing long-term projects?

Janet G. Woititz was the author of Adult Children of Alcoholics, which was on the New York Times bestseller list for over a year.

Janet G. She wrote several other books, including Lifeskills for Adult Children; The Self-Sabotage Syndrome; The Struggle for Intimacy; Marriage on the Rocks; Healing Your Sexual Self and many others. Woititz was the director and founder of the Institute for Counseling and Training in West Caldwell, New Jersey.

Janet Woititz was the author of Adult Children of Alcoholics, which was on the New York Times bestseller list for over a year.

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Self-Sabotage Syndrome : Adult Children in the Workplace. by Janet Geringer Woititz. Adult Children are among any company's most productive and valuable employees-dedicated, conscientious, capable and eager to please. But if you are an Adult Child and have answered yes to most of the following questions,you may be suffering from workaholism, burn-out or other work-related problems. This book shows you what to look for and how to make your worklife more satisfying and effective.

Adult Children of Alcoholics - Janet G. Woititz.

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Kelenn
I cannot recommend this book enough. It is short, and quick to read/skim, but it helped me SO MUCH in identifying issues that I'm dealing with - and once I'm aware of the issue (and in my case, how common my problems are among adults who grew up in instable circumstances) it helps me try to stop the behavior or my thinking. This is not only for children of alcoholics - my parents were not, though one grandparent was, and his drinking and behaviors, and his only child's anger and codependency, created enough of a stew to mess me up but good for 30+ years. Awareness is power, though, and now I can see where I'm acting out my childhood fear and insecurity at the office.
Jek
Even though the book refers to alcoholism, the symptoms and behaviors that Janet describe apply to all dysfunctional families. This is a must for not only individuals who have oppressive behaviors in their families and repeating conflicts in their lives, but also for employers to gain insights into possible dynamics that are occurring right under their noses. Knowing how to address these issues makes for a more successful business and loving family relationships.
Мох
This was very similar to her first book about children of alcoholics. This didn't really change my thinking, if anything it just reinforces how we can create our own family patterns in the work place and take on the same role as you did as a child. A lot of case studies.
Malodora
I love her books and this one does not disappoint. An excellent resource if you are a child of an alcoholic who needs to let go of unhealthy and unhelpful coping mechanisms.
Glei
I cannot recommend books by the late Janet Woititz highly enough. She was a pioneer in her field and presents these topics in an extremely practical way that is easy to grasp and practice. There are many, many self-help books, but only a few really good ones. Her books are in that category. I highly recommend all of her books and any books that she recommends in them as resources.
Hanelynai
This book must be read by who had to grow up with either addictive parents of siblings. The behaviors you used to survive in a addictive environment will not serve you well in your adult life. This book is clear and concise by first describing the particular behavioral, social issues that cause self-Sabotage, then provides detailed step to overcome self-sabotage. The premise of this book is, you relieve your childhood over and over again at your place of work. Great and helpful read, I highly recommend it.
Flathan
A very good read. Much of the information is also in the book "Adult Children of Alcoholics". Most likely to touch base if the reader did not read the ACA book.
Helpful book, though the personal accounts I found a bit tedious.